Mexican Stereotypes

I lived in Milan with a mexican girl for 1 year,  and then she told me everything about the mexicans. Well, I ate some mexican crickets (food) on her birthday. Dude, was sinister, but I liked. Here are a lot of stereotypes that I found on internet in many sites.

Lorena GallardoNielsen and me
Lorena GallardoNielsen and me

So let’s stereotype her people.

Juan Direction
Juan Direction

 

Don’t blame me if you are Mexican or get insulted.

What is a list of Mexican stereotypes?

Answer:

  • Mexicans only drink tequila
  • they only eat tacos
  • they only listen to mariachi
  • all Latinos are Mexican
  • all Mexicans own Chippewas
  • all Mexicans wear sombreros
  • all Mexicans hop the border
  • all of Mexico is made of dirt
  • Mexicans ride on donkeys not cars
  • and so on…
you know you are mexican If you've used a knife to sharpen your pencil
you know you are mexican If you’ve used a knife to sharpen your pencil

 

This is not meant to be racist in any way!!

Mexican Special forces ad
Mexican Special forces ad

 

There are some more of Mexican stereotypes!

  • All Mexicans are Drunk
All Mexicans are Drunk
All Mexicans are Drunk
  • All Mexicans are lazy
All Mexicans are lazy
All Mexicans are lazy

 

  • Mexicans are horny “Latin Lovers”

Mexico is known for its very hot food and tequila, but a lot of the time we don’t give them enough credit for producing incredibly hot women too.

Take a look at some of their favorite ladies of Mexico.

Elsa Benitez
Elsa Benitez
Galilea Montijo
Galilea Montijo
Veronica Pliego
Veronica Pliego
  • Mexicans are just plain nasty
Tapatio Spray
Tapatio Spray

 

  • Mexicans have like 20 kids in a family
Stereotypical Family in Mexico
Stereotypical Family in Mexico
  •  All Mexican men work as construction people
  • Mexican women work as maids
  • Mexicans eat nothing but tacos and burritos
Mexican Problem
Mexican Problem

Some stereotypes are true and some others do not apply to all Mexicans. Mexico is a great country, full of warm and nice people and interesting culture.

Viva Mexico!

Via

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